Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Naomie Harris reveals her Golden Globes dress was so tight she couldn't eat or drink and had to be CARRIED to her car

'I could barely breathe!': Naomie Harris reveals her Golden Globes dress was so tight she couldn't eat or drink and had to be CARRIED to her car

She wore one of the stand out dresses at the Golden Globes. 
But Naomie Harris has revealed that whilst her custom Armani Privé gown may have looked sensational, it was far from practical, as she could not move in it. 
Speaking on Tuesday's episode of Lorraine, the 40-year-old actress revealed: 'I was very glad to get out of it! It was like a corset, I could barely breathe!' 
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Showstopper: Naomie Harris has revealed that whilst her custom Armani Privé gown may have looked sensational at the Golden Globes, it was far from practical, as she could not move in it
Showstopper: Naomie Harris has revealed that whilst her custom Armani Privé gown may have looked sensational at the Golden Globes, it was far from practical, as she could not move in it
Despite being nominated for Best Supporting Actress on the night for her role in Moonlight, Naomie couldn't even toast her success as the gown stopped her consuming anything. 
'I wasn’t allowed to eat or drink form 12 o'clock as I couldn’t go to the toilet in that dress!' she revealed. 
And the journey there wasn't even smooth as she confessed: 'I got carried to the car by the man who made that dress and he lay me flat so I wouldn’t crease the dress!'
Ouch! Speaking on Tuesday's episode of Lorraine, the 40-year-old actress revealed: 'I was very glad to get out of it! It was like a corset, I could barely breathe!'
Ouch! Speaking on Tuesday's episode of Lorraine, the 40-year-old actress revealed: 'I was very glad to get out of it! It was like a corset, I could barely breathe!'

Naomi Harris reveals the struggle behind Golden Globes dress

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Whilst Naomie scored some style points with her ensemble, she lost out to Viola Davis in Fences for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, Musical or Comedy.
However, she is still the centre of much Oscar buzz ahead of the nominations announcement on Tuesday.
Speaking about her decision to take the role as a drug addict in Moonlight, she revealed: 'I just want to play completely different roles and tell stories that see each other in a different light and the word in a different light'.
Restrictive: Despite being nominated for Best Supporting Actress on the night for her role in Moonlight, Naomie couldn't even toast her success as the gown stopped her drinking
Restrictive: Despite being nominated for Best Supporting Actress on the night for her role in Moonlight, Naomie couldn't even toast her success as the gown stopped her drinking

En route: The journey there wasn't even smooth as she confessed: 'I got carried to the car by the man who made that dress and he lay me flat so I wouldn’t crease the dress!'
En route: The journey there wasn't even smooth as she confessed: 'I got carried to the car by the man who made that dress and he lay me flat so I wouldn’t crease the dress!'
She continued: 'It's amazing seeing people who have been genuinely touched.'
She did take some issue with the casting, however, as she quipped: 'It’s so strange, I don’t see how they saw me and thought "crack addiction". I’m health nut, I don’t even drink coffee!'
Naomie - who plays Miss Moneypenny in the James Bond series - also spoke about the pressure of shooting the film in the three day break she had from her Spectre press tour.  
One to watch: Whilst Naomie scored some style points with her ensemble, she lost out in Best Supporting Actress at the Golden Globes, yet is still the centre of much Oscar buzz
One to watch: Whilst Naomie scored some style points with her ensemble, she lost out in Best Supporting Actress at the Golden Globes, yet is still the centre of much Oscar buzz
As seen on screen: Naomie takes on the role of a drug addict mother in Moonlight, but doesn't understand why she was cast as she is so health conscious and doesn't even drink coffee 
As seen on screen: Naomie takes on the role of a drug addict mother in Moonlight, but doesn't understand why she was cast as she is so health conscious and doesn't even drink coffee 


Cheap and cheerful: Discussing the on-set conditions of Moonlight, Naomie revealed : 'There was one trailer for everyone!' there was also just one 'rickety make-up stall' 
'I came from the glamour and glitz of Bond and then... this is the smallest budget movie I’ve ever done,' she revealed.
Discussing the on-set conditions of Moonlight, she said: 'There was one trailer for everyone! One rickety make-up stall and all the actors would line up and wait for their turn!'
'I loved it, it was all so liberating, nobody was there for the pay check.' 
Show me the money! Naomie - who plays Miss Moneypenny in the James Bond series - revealed that she still wants to continue her role and doesn't want Daniel Craig to leave 
Show me the money! Naomie - who plays Miss Moneypenny in the James Bond series - revealed that she still wants to continue her role and doesn't want Daniel Craig to leave 
Ready and raring: Glam: The pretty star - who first starred in the series in 2012's Skyfall - admitted: 'I haven’t heard anything... but I want to play Miss Moneypenny. I love that role!'
Ready and raring: Glam: The pretty star - who first starred in the series in 2012's Skyfall - admitted: 'I haven’t heard anything... but I want to play Miss Moneypenny. I love that role!'
Despite enjoying a taste of working on a $5 million budget film, Naomie revealed that she still wants to continue her role in Bond. 
The pretty star - who first starred in the series in 2012's Skyfall - admitted: 'I haven’t heard anything... but I want to play Miss Moneypenny. I love that role!'
However, she wasn't pleased with Daniel Craig's admission that he wants to quit his role of Bond, as she lamented: 'I want Daniel back! He’s still really young!' 
Earned her fashion stripes: Naomie looked phenomenal for her appearance on the ITV show, donning an one shoulder striped top and flared trousers 
Earned her fashion stripes: Naomie looked phenomenal for her appearance on the ITV show, donning an one shoulder striped top and flared trousers 


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Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Congratulations to Naomie on getting an Oscar nomination for her Supporting Role in Moonlight




Photos: Naomie Harris at the 2017 London Critics' Circle Film Awards

The London Critic's Circle Film Awards - Red Carpet Arrivals


British actress Naomie Harris poses on the red carpet arriving to attend the London Critics' Circle Film Awards in London on January 22, 2017















Alex Hibbert and Naomie Harris attend The London Critic's Circle Film Awards at the May Fair Hotel on January 22, 2017 in London, United Kingdom.



Monday, 23 January 2017

Naomie Harris oozes chic in a military-style dress as she picks up top prize at London Critics' Circle Film Awards

Naomie Harris oozes chic in a military-style dress as she picks up top prize at London Critics' Circle Film Awards with adorable co-star Alex Hibbert, 12

She's spent much of the month jetting between Los Angeles and London as she dazzles on the red carpet at awards season.
And Naomie Harris looked every inch the sartorial winner once again as she wowed at the star-studded London Critics' Circle Film Awards at The Mayfair Hotel on Sunday night.
The Moonlight actress, 40, oozed sophistication in a black military styled frock as she proudly accepted the Supporting Actress of the Year prize for Barry Jenkins’ coming of age tale.
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Dressed to impress! Naomie Harris looked every inch the sartorial winner once again as she wowed at the star-studded London Critics' Circle Film Awards at The Mayfair Hotel on Sunday
Dressed to impress! Naomie Harris looked every inch the sartorial winner once again as she wowed at the star-studded London Critics' Circle Film Awards at The Mayfair Hotel on Sunday
The British thespian cut a glamorous figure in a knee-grazing black frock, featuring a high neckline and emblazoned with large button details.
Adding a pop of colour to the simple look, Naomie strutted down the red carpet in towering fuchsia stilettos, while she toted her belongings in a metallic block clutch.
Echoing her elegant ensemble, the Collateral Beauty star wore her long raven tresses in a sleek side-parted do.
Naomie enhanced her natural beauty by framing her glittering eyes with a soft smokey eye, while adding a slick of nude lipstick.
Cute date: The actress was joined by her adorable co-star Alex Hibbert, 12, who posed with Mahershala Ali's Best Supporting Actor award
Cute date: The actress was joined by her adorable co-star Alex Hibbert, 12, who posed with Mahershala Ali's Best Supporting Actor award

Working it: The Moonlight actress, 40, oozed sophistication in a black military-inspired frock
Working it: The Moonlight actress, 40, oozed sophistication in a black military-inspired frock
Working it: The Moonlight actress, 40, oozed sophistication in a black military-inspired frock
Monochrome magic: Naomie posed alongside fellow British thespian Kate Beckinsale, who won the British/Irish Actress of the Year award
Monochrome magic: Naomie posed alongside fellow British thespian Kate Beckinsale, who won the British/Irish Actress of the Year award
Shinning bright: Kate, award winner Isabelle Huppet and Naomie showcased their glassware
Shinning bright: Kate, award winner Isabelle Huppert and Naomie showcased their glassware
Naomie looked in high spirits as she showed off her stylish look on the red carpet, later joining the likes of Kate Beckinsale and Kristina Rihanoff inside the event.
And to top off the star's glamorous night, Naomie was awarded the Supporting Actress of the Year award for her portrayal of troubled star Paula in the Barry Jenkins-directed movie Moonlight.
The actress was later joined by her adorable co-star Alex Hibbert, 12, who posed with Mahershala Ali's Best Supporting Actor award.
The pre-teen looked dapper as he clutched onto his co-star's trophy, wearing a stylish two-piece suit and bright red tie.
Poser: The  beauty cut a glamorous figure in a knee-grazing black frock, featuring a high neckline and emblazoned with large button details
Poser: The beauty cut a glamorous figure in a knee-grazing black frock, featuring a high neckline and emblazoned with large button details
Famous friends: Naomi looked in high spirits as she was joined by Alex Hibbert and Isabelle Huppet
Famous friends: Naomi looked in high spirits as she was joined by Alex Hibbert and Isabelle Huppet
Famous friends: Naomie looked in high spirits as she was joined by Alex Hibbert and Isabelle Huppet
All eyes on her! The beauty enhanced her natural beauty by framing her glittering eyes with a soft smokey eye, while adding a slick of nude lipstick
All eyes on her! The beauty enhanced her natural beauty by framing her glittering eyes with a soft smokey eye, while adding a slick of nude lipstick
Naomie later took to Instagram to thank the award show and her fans for recognising her talents in the movie. 
She captioned the snap: 'A huge thank you to the #London #filmcritics circle for your acknowledgement of my work in #Moonlight #londoncritics @londoncritics styled by @Nolasinger & @lauraleajones'.
Other winners of the night included Andrew Garfield, who won British/Irish Actor of the Year, and Sweet Maddie Stone was awarded the Short Film of the Year.
Moonlight chronicles the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood as he struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami. 
Over the moon: The actress took to the podium to accept her coveted award in style
Over the moon: The actress took to the podium to accept her coveted award in style

Naomie Harris talks Globes and lying down in THAT photo

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Working it: Adding a pop of colour to the simple look, Naomie strutted down the red carpet in towering fuchsia stilettos, while she toted her belongings in a metallic block clutch
Working it: Adding a pop of colour to the simple look, Naomie strutted down the red carpet in towering fuchsia stilettos, while she toted her belongings in a metallic block clutch

London Critics' Circle Film Awards -Winners 

Supporting Actor of the Year - Mahershala Ali for Moonlight and Tom Bennett for Love & Friendship
Supporting Actress of the Year - Naomie Harris for Moonlight 
Screenwriter of the Year - Kenneth Lonergan for Manchester by the Sea 
Technical Achievement - Sturla Brandth Grovlen for cinematography for Victoria 
The Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film - Isabelle Huppert 
Young Performer of the Year - Lewis MacDougall for A Monster Calls 
Short Film of the Year - Sweet Maddie Stone 
British/Irish Actress of the Year - Kate Beckinsale
British/Irish Actor of the Year -  Andrew Garfield
The Philip French Award for Breakthrough Filmmaker - Babak Anvari for Under the Shadow
The Attenborough Award for British/Irish Film of the Year - I, Daniel Blake
Foreign-Language Film of the Year - Toni Erdmann 
Documentary of the Year - Fire at Sea 
Director of the Year - Laszlo Nemes for Son of Saul 
Actor of the Year -  Casey Affleck for Manchester by the Sea
Actress of the Year - Actress of the Year 
Film of the Year - La La Land 


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